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• Rosalind Martin, Knoxville Museum of Art’s assistant curator of outreach and teacher services, has been selected by the Tennessee Art Education Association to receive the prestigious Museum Educator of the Year award. This award honors an outstanding member from our state whose service and contribution to art education merits recognition and acclaim. The award will be presented at the TAEA Fall Conference in Memphis, Saturday, Nov. 5.

• Robert Cathey joined BarberMcMurry architects, leading the firm's business development and community relations efforts. Cathey is responsible for creating marketing strategies that will help the firm strengthen relationships with existing markets while reaching into new markets throughout East Tennessee and the Southeast. For more information, go to www.BMa1915.com.

• Sandy Beeler of RE/MAX Preferred Properties was awarded the prestigious Certified International Property Specialist designation and joins a worldwide referral network of elite global real estate practitioners with expertise in working with international clients as well as immigrants. The CIPS Designation is awarded by the National Association of REALTORS, which represents more than 1,000,000 REALTORS in the United States. Beeler will be formally recognized at the NAR’s Annual Convention in San Francisco, Cali., on Oct. 29. For more information on the CIPS designation, contact the National Association of REALTORS Fax-on-Demand number, 1-800-354-2831 or visit the CIPS Network website at www.realtor.org/international .

• Farragut/West Knox Chamber of Commerce will clean up its adopted stream beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 5. The stream is located behind Calhoun’s on Kingston Pike near Pellissippi Parkway. Waders are provided by the town of Farragut. Bring any tools such as short rakes and shovels that you might have at home. Clean up takes little of your time. Call the Chamber office if you are able to help at 865-675-7057 or email cheryl@farragut-chamber.com. Mark your calendar and make plans to come out and join the fun.

• Ali Swofford, Ph.D., of Swofford Financial Services, has been named to the faculty of the Society of Certified Senior Advisors. The Certified Senior Advisor Designation Program educates professionals in the financial, health and social factors that dominate seniors’ lives. Swofford will host a free dinner workshop at 5 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 3, at Gondolier Restaurant in Farragut, 138 West End Ave. To reserve a seat, call 865-558-9475.

 

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